7 points

See: 8 points  Pentagram Hexagram

7 headed snake


Statue of Liberty

On the left here is an ancient depiction of Queen Semiramis, note she is holding a cross, and alongside is the Statue of Liberty holding the lighted torch, a symbol of Nimrod. --Icke http://oneheartbooks.com/resources/articles/icke_rome_newsletter.html

Seshat. The word “sesheta” means hidden things, mysteries, secrets, so the implication is that the Pharaoh is being given access to the power of those mysteries through Goddess Seshet. The papyrus plant, her symbol, resembles a seven-pointed star. Pharaoh Tuthmosis III called her she of seven points.  http://www.secretsinplainsight.com/2011/09/22/stretching-the-cord/

Babylon Babylonian clay tablet world map, 600 B.C.

Lady Gaga  Mithras